A Closer Look at Regent Street!

What’s fascinating about Regent Street is the beauty of the landscape; from a standard view, you see Regent Street for how it usually is, but on a closer look, there’s beauty in the landscape.

There is a personal feeling that Regent Street brings because there’s more to the buildings surrounding it, including the statues.

The statues signify the Crimean War, which lasted from 1853 to 1856, in which Russia lost to a considerable alliance that consisted of Sardinia, the Ottoman Empire and the United Kingdom.

When I visit places like Regent Street, I’m eager to learn more about the history and the beauty of the place while gaining an understanding of the history it carries.

Alex Smithson

Device Used: iPhone 11
Apps Used: Apple Camera, Apple Photos & Instagram (Free)

Apple Photos Settings:

Filter Used: Vivid Warm

Instagram Settings:

Filter Used: Aden

Lux: +50
Highlights: -50
Shadows: -50
Vignette: +50

ISO Speed: ISO-32
F-Stop: f/1.8
Focal Length: 4.25mm

Date of Photograph Produced: Saturday 23rd April 2021

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